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Customization is another issue. I will give more inputs on such advanced RSS issues in my future postings in this section.
Via an email advertisement, I heard of a piece of software that requires no technical knowledge on your side, but it costs just under $300.
If you are tech savvy then you could look at a site like sourceforge. this is open source code, code that is free for you to use or modify, but support, if any, is almost non existent.
One very simple way would be to get a browser like FireFox which allows you to find and subscribe to a lot of feeds. Then save this page to your hard drive, modify it a little and link it and upload it to your server, hosting providor.
When a user clicks the link for the article, I would like them to be taken to a page on MY website where the article can be viewed in full. I'll include a link to the original at the bottom of the article.
If I have a dozen feeds on my site, I assume I'd need to generate a unique HTML page for each article so that a user can stay on my site when clicking the article link. Other than very expensive content management software, are there XML parsers/RSS tools that allow you to do this.
Basically my web server will realize that a new headline has been added to one of the feeds on my site. It will then create a search engine friendly page that is available for users to read.
Anyone know of a tool that can accomplish this? Having each page spiderable and search engine friendly on the top of my priorities (no dynamic pages).
Thanks in advance.